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Field of Dreams: Mapping the Landscape for Investing in Emerging Market Infrastructure

September 30, 2016

Joaquim Levy

Estimates of the financing gap for emerging market infrastructure range from nearly half a trillion USD to more than US$1 trillion a year over the next decade. The range reflects the difference between the estimated level of infrastructure needed to sustain growth across emerging markets and the actual level of such investment.

The challenges are immense, and resources are scarce. Of the financing that does exist, more than 70% comes from national government budgets; the second largest source (roughly 20%) is the private sector; and remaining resources come from overseas development assistance or aid from developed economies1. Given the overstretched demands of public sector budgets in developed and developing countries alike, any increase is likely to come through more partnership and co-financing from the private sector...

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Read more at The World Bank: http://blogs.worldbank.org/voices/field-dreams-mapping-landscape-investing-emerging-market-infrastructure?PPP%20CID=PPP_TT_PPP_EN_EXT